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Topic - Jason Hanson
The Detroit Lions are giving a Norwegian Internet kicking sensation a shot to make the team.
The Green Bay Packers are a victory away from clinching the NFC North title after beating the Detroit Lions 27-20 on Sunday night.
Jim Schwartz threw a challenge flag when he didn't need to and the Houston Texans made him regret it.
Matt Ryan and the Falcons have plenty of mistakes to work on during their bye week.
Alex Smith had rallied his team for a late victory against the Lions last fall at Ford Field, and had no intention of cutting it close this time on his home turf.
Alex Smith threw a 21-yard touchdown pass to Vernon Davis, Frank Gore ran for 62 yards and a score and the San Francisco 49ers took a 14-6 halftime lead over the Detroit Lions on Sunday night.
Alex Smith threw a 21-yard touchdown pass to Vernon Davis, Frank Gore ran for 93 yards and a score and the San Francisco 49ers took a 17-9 lead over the Detroit Lions through three quarters Sunday night.
Alex Smith threw a 21-yard touchdown pass to Vernon Davis, and the San Francisco 49ers took a 7-6 lead over the Detroit Lions after the first quarter Sunday night.
Jeff Backus and Dominic Raiola have spent more than a decade together on Detroit's offensive line.
It has been so long _ a decade, in fact _ since the Detroit Lions played a regular season game on Monday night that kicker Jason Hanson can't remember it.
Aaron Rodgers should have fond memories of Atlanta. The last time he led the Packers into the Georgia Dome, they routed the Falcons in the second round of the playoffs. Rodgers was unstoppable then, and is playing even better in leading the defending Super Bowl champions to a 4-0 start.
The Detroit Lions have put kicker Jason Hanson on injured reserve, ending his season with an injured right knee.
The hapless Detroit Lions have lost an NFL-record 25 straight games on the road and seven of nine games anywhere this season. Separating the current version from the franchise's miserable past has become even tougher.
When Jason Hanson entered the NFL nearly two decades ago, he got hugs and high-fives for nailing a long field goal.
"We haven't always played our very best, I don't think any team ever does, but I think we've learned from some of the things that have happened and I think we're a little bit more battle-tested, a little more seasoned," he said. "There's one thing of learning about something, there's another thing experiencing it firsthand and seeing how it affects the team and things like that. I think that every time we're presented with one of those situations, we've done a pretty good job of doing it better the second time."
"Every year, you come into camp, and guys are working hard, and expectations are high," Hanson said.